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Update: Boston City Council Approves Municipal Aggregation

October 05,2017



The Boston, MA City Council has approved a resolution to adopt an opt-out municipal electric aggregation, the Boston Globe reports

Such an aggregation could encompass almost 200,000 residential customers and some 21,000 small commercial accounts

The administration of Mayor Martin Walsh continued to express concerns about cost of the aggregation

Muni aggregations in Massachusetts must be approved by the DPU

As a result, and due to other implementation activities, starting the aggregation could take 18-24 months

See the Boston Globe for the story

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